From internal combustion and electric trucks to skid steer loaders and telescopic handlers, Doosan Infracore can help you lift your dreams. Keep your materials handling operating and maintenance costs low, while boosting efficiency with Doosan Infracore's industrial vehicles. The Web site features product specifications, and lists the company's global branch offices to make it easy to find what you need. For details, log on to www.doosanlift.com.
Hyster Company is a full-line producer of materials handling equipment, offering more than 130 models powered by either gasoline, LPG, diesel, or electric. Hyster lift trucks also offer the widest capacity range in the industry -- from 1,500 to 115,000 pounds. Known for their ergonomic design, Hyster trucks are engineered to improve operator comfort and productivity. Hyster's comprehensive line of Class I through Class V lift truck models includes: traditional lift trucks, pallet trucks, narrow aisle trucks, order pickers and turret trucks, in addition to customized attachments and special equipment. Hyster has the right solution for your application. Log on to the Web site to find out more.
Jungheinrich is one of the world's leading providers of material handling equipment, specializing in warehousing and narrow aisle forklifts. Jungheinrich has more than 300 North American dealer locations, with product offerings that include electric counterbalanced forklifts, narrow aisle lift trucks, and walkie products with capacities ranging from 2,000 to 15,400 pounds. Learn more at www.jungheinrich-lift.com, or 1-877-JH-FORKS.
Worldwide Reach -- World-Class Moves. Kalmar is a global provider of heavy-duty materials handling equipment and services to ports, terminals and industrial customers. With its market-leading lines of Ottawa terminal tractors and industrial forklift trucks, Kalmar helps customers operate with a higher level of efficiency. For more information, call 1-888-229-6300 or visit www.kalmarind-northamerica.com.
Landoll's Bendi and SwingMast lift trucks can solve your materials handling challenges through increased productivity and flexibility. The Bendi lift trucks provide the world's first 180-degree front-wheel-steered design, giving you unmatched maneuverability in narrow-aisle storage. The SwingMast design offers a 90-degree rotating mast front or side loader that can stack loads in 56-inch aisles. To see how these two narrow aisle lift trucks can make your operation more productive, view the specification sheets on the Web site.
Whether you need electric motor sit-down rider trucks; IC engine trucks; orfork, counterbalanced, cushion or pneumatic tire trucks; TCM Distribution USA has the lift truck for you. The trucks feature powerful AC motors that deliver superior regeneration with less maintenance; onboard diagnostics and full instrumentation; extended run times with controllers that provide twice the battery life; and precise handling and load control. TCM has also introduced the FTB VII series of electric three-wheel forklift trucks. Need more information? Log on to www.tcmusa.com today.
The Raymond Corporation is the North American leader in the design and manufacture of the best-built, best-performing, and most reliable electric lift trucks. Behind all Raymond products is its wealth of expertise and deep commitment to electric lift truck research and development. Raymond continuously focuses on improving customer operations and is dedicated to understanding your requirements. What features are important to your operation? How can we make your job easier? How can we make you more productive and efficient? This philosophy positions Raymond at the forefront of the lift truck industry, pioneering leading-edge concepts.
As a leader in materials handling, Yale offers more than just the most complete line of lift trucks. All its lift trucks come with the support of an entire company, a strategically located dealer network, service technicians, and everything needed to finance and manage your lift truck fleet. Yale manufactures and distributes a full line of products in Class I electric rider trucks; Class II narrow aisle trucks; Class III motorized hand trucks; Class IV cushion tire trucks; and Class V pneumatic tire trucks. Product line offerings can vary by region, so check the product section of the Web site covering your area: North America, Latin America, Europe/Middle East/Africa, or Asia-Pacific.